Whitehouse Farm Centre (Morpeth) Reviews
Newest Review: ... is a large petting barn that houses small animals and reptiles. We were treated to a talk by one of the keepers that included the opportunity to hold some very cute baby rabbits and guinea pigs as well as some not so cute snakes , rats and spiders! There are plenty of hay bales to sit on whilst you hold the animals. The barn also houses chipmunks, ducks, chickens and pigs amongst others. There are several breeds of snake including a corn snake and a python. Outside there are large fields with sheep and cows grazing. There are some rare breed sheep to see as well as exotic animals such as Wallabys, Reindeer.Meerkats and skunk... more
Customer Whitehouse Farm Centre (Morpeth) Reviews (6)
by - written on 30/09/11 (Very useful, 115 readings)
Last year my son was invited to 2 birthday parties held at the Whitehouse farm centre near Morpeth. I was pleased to also be invites as I had heard positive things about the farm and wanted to take a look for myself! Getting there. *********** Whitehouse farm is well signposted and is situated about 31/2 miles south west of Morpeth. It is about 1 miles off the A1, 14 miles from Newcastle. The post code for your SAT NAV is NE61 6AW. There is a train station in Morpeth and you would then need to take a taxi to the farm as it is not on a bus route. Parking is plentiful and free. There are several disabled parking bays. The car park is just a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/11 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I have been to this farm on several occasions, and when we had little grandson over the hols, this was one of the places Little Miss suggested we all visit again. The farm is located in Northumberland, 1 mile off the A1 and because more than half of the farm is undercover the weather doesn't matter too much. However, we did go on Christmas eve when the roads were knee deep in snow and it was closed, mainly I think because the roads were absolutely treacherous and I think they assumed that no one but the truly hale and hearty would attempt it. There is a large car park and the paying station and entrance is situated in the car park- after this it's straight onto the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 128 readings)
Whitehouse Farm Centre (Morpeth) PRICES ADULT £6.95 CHILD 2 - 16YRS £5.95 CHILD UNDER 2YRS FREE CONCESSION £5.95 FAMILY TICKET £22.95 My partner and I have been planning to try this place for ages. When my family, along with my 18 month old niece came to stay a couple of months ago, we decided it was the perfect time. It was so much fun that we will definitely be returning, even just us adults! It is found in the heart of Northumberland just 1 mile off the A1. 75% of the farm is undercover so even on a wet day, this would be a great day out for the whole ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/09 (Very useful, 151 readings)
Now that the summer is here, I want to be out in the sunshine so have started to think of places to take my husband and one year old son. Last week we all went to White House Farm in Morpeth as it had been reccommended as a good day out by a friend. *Where is it?* The farm is located in Morpeth, Northumberland - which is not far from Newcastle Upon Tyne. I live just 14 miles away and found it very easy to get to as it is sign posted from the motorway. *Where can I get information?* Before going, I checked their website at www.whitehousefarmcentre.co.uk. The website is really informative and so easy to navigate - it is also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/08, updated on 10/05/08 (Very useful, 203 readings)
We've just been on holiday in Northumberland and whilst there decided to visit Whitehouse Farm Centre in Morpeth. Getting there ------------------ Morpeth is approximately 14 miles from Newcastle. It is well sign posted and they have a sizable car park and separate parking areas for coaches. Prices and Opening times ------------------------------------ Adults £6.75 Children (3-16 years) £5.75 Children under 2 free Concessions £5.75 Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children, or 1 adult and 3 children) £22.50 Annual membership for adult £36.70, for children £30.70 These prices are for 2008, credit ... Read the complete review
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